6 Reviews

Excellent combination - better than the sum of the parts! I used the other reviewers' suggestions and used the juice from the mandarin orange can, with blood orange-flavored olive oil instead of canola. Super good - kids would probably like this!

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FLKeysJen October 24, 2012

I found this recipe in one of Paula Deen's cookbooks. It did not call for a "green" apple...just an apple. I loved this, and you definately have to serve it with greens because it makes a lot of dressing.

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Scrivener1 April 26, 2010

This was a really easy and delicious salad to make. I don't usually like avacado but it went well with the dressing. I cut down on the honey a little bit and it was great. I left out the raisins though due to our guest not liking them. The nuts and the apple add a nice crunch. Thanks!

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Ms Finances May 12, 2008

It was delicious and a cinch to make. So refreshing!!

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hummingbird garden February 14, 2008

This was amazing...Love avacados but I have never had them with a sweet sauce. Did take the advice and used the juice from the mandarin oranges. Also used slightly less honey. I could eat this every day. YUM.....Thank for posting...

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cooking-BAG October 01, 2007

Exceptional! I would give this more than 5 stars. I made this for dinner today and served it on a plate of spring greens with a cheese plate on the side. A wonderful light meal on a hot afternoon. Made exactly as listed. Certainly a keeper!! Thank you for posting it. Pac-Fall07

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Thymestudio September 27, 2007
Lite Fruit Salad With Honey Poppy Seed Dressing by Paula Deen